Adventure Activities in Nepal
Nepal with its rugged nature has much to offer to the adventurous tourist. On this section of our website we have gathered some of the most exciting activities Nepal has to offer.
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Trekking ranges from short and easy hikes in the greenery of the hills with a background view of the Himalayas to strenuous walk into the laps of the gigantic peaks. Trekking offers the opportunity to see the rural Nepal and its traditions and culture in addition with the natural beauty of the destination.» Read More
Nepal offers a diversity of terrains, from the plain Terai to the high Himalayas, exploring these different terrains by mountain bike adds a whole new perspective to your trip. There are many of "hidden" paths to discover. These paths will lead you to non touristic places where cars and trekkers don't reach.» Read More
With its mountainous terrain and presence of snow capped mountains Nepal has many rivers flowing from the upper mountains down to the lowlands (Terai). These rivers provide you with the perfect opportunity to embark on an exciting and adrenaline filled rafting trip. » Read More
Close to the Tibetan border Nepal has yet another exciting adventure waiting for you. Cross the bridge over the Bhote Kosi and look an amazing 160 metres down. Now imagine jumping down the bridge... Indeed exactly the location of your bungee jump.» Read More
Paragliding is a thrilling way to get acquainted with the true beauty of the Sarankot region. One glides down from the top of the Sarangkot and lands next to lake Fewa. » Read More
Experience the sunrise over the Himalayas from close range and board an ultralight aircraft. The aircraft will bring you even closer to the peaks bathed in golden sunlight. » Read More
Although the jungle safari may not give you as much adrenaline as the above mentioned adventures, the jungle safari is for sure an experience you will never forget. Board the might Asian Elephant and have close range encounters with animals such as Sambar Deer and Rhinos. » Read More